Artist: CéU Album: CéU Genre: Vocal Jazz, Soul, World Fusion Origin: Brazil Released: 2005 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Vinheta Quebrante (00:55) Lenda (04:18) Malemolencia (02:54) Roda (05:19) Rainha (03:39) 10 Contados (03:27) Vinheta Dorival (00:32) Mais Um Lamento (04:48) Concrete Jungle (03:30) Veu Da Noite (06:18) Valsa Pra Biu Roque (02: 49) Ave Cruz (03:27) O Ronco Da Cuica (03:24) Bobagem (02:19) Samba Na Sola (03:08) Nacao Postal (03:27) Malemolencia (03:00). This CD was nominated for a Grammy award in 2007 for Best Contemporary World Music Album.
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Though Céu gained a great deal of experience in New York she recorded and released her first album CéU in Brazil. The album hit the shelves in 2005 and was put out through the São Paulo record label Urban Jungle. The album was both a critical and commercial achievement. It captivated audiences in Europe and Canada particularly the French Speaking areas and was included in the Grammy nominations under the Latin category. Additionally her album was met with great enthusiasm at NPR and in 2007 it had been sound scanned 110,000 times confirming her as the biggest selling Brazilian artist of the.
O álbum de estréia homônimo da cantora Céu começou a ser gravado em 2002 e foi lançado em 2005 pela Urban Jungle e Warner Music. Por causa dele, a cantora foi muito aclamada internacionalmente e nacionalmente, sendo seus singles Lenda música tema na novela Pé na Jaca (2006) e Malemolência na novela de 2008 Beleza Pura. Céu, com composições únicas e que se complementam entre si ao longo do disco, além de um instrumental composto por Beto Villares, fez sua estréia de maneira marcante no cenário musical brasileiro e internacional.
CéU's debut album - originally released by Urban Jungle Records in Brazil in 2005 and reissued two years later in the . by Six Degrees in conjunction with Starbucks - is a lush blend of African-rooted North and South American music styles (MPB, samba, soul, jazz, Afrobeat, reggae) with cutting-edge contemporary production techniques. The formative span of time she spent in New York City, where she found a rich array of influences, from classic jazz (Billie Holiday) and contemporary soul (Lauryn Hill) to hip-hop and electronica, greatly inform her music here. From song to song, CéU sings in a number of respective fashions, often channeling her influences.